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that he said there? >> yeah, that dick cheney came out. talk about fuelling the fire of this whole thing. >> no, what i loved about that, chris, was the way that cheney, the way in which he said it, he said there was an attack launched. it sounded like missile strikes in iraq. and that -- those are the cheneys, those loveable cheney. >> and the loveable cheneys narrative, there was talk a month ago when this whole thing happened a month ago, did it help liz because it distanced her and would be popular with the conservative-based primary in wyoming. and this is not helpful to liz cheney. >> no, i don't think any of that is helpful to liz cheney because if you do want to focus on the family you want it to be -- if that is sort of your calling card you want it to be kind of a happy family story. and not this one that is sort of -- equal parts you know, shakespeare in a bad, off, off, off broadway play. so that is not good. the pac thing just astounds me, it absolutely astounds me if you want to talk about that. because i love the fact that the name of the pac that she just started to prove
. it might strike you as odd, given that dick cheney who is tapping into his d.c. fundraising for his daughter, recently criticized mike enzi for doing the same thing. >> as a record, if you go back to his finances he gets about 80% of his funds from his washington based pacs. he doesn't get much money from wyoming. >> of course, another reason liz cheney wants to remind you she loves her family is that her sister called her out for saying she has a funny way of expressing her family love. things got a little hairy after liz told fox news that gay couples should not be allowed to marry. her sister is gay and married. she took to her facebook page, saying liz has been a guest in her home, to have her now say she doesn't support our right to marry is offensive, to say the least. the sisters have not spoken since the summer. well, now comes father knows best who yet appears to reprimand them for talking out of turn. >> we were surprised when there was an attack launched against liz, on facebook. and wished it had not happened. and do believe we dealt with the situation and lived with it
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in the house. including dick cheney. in fact, then-congressman cheney voted against sanctions for south africa at least ten times. during the '80s. but even years later he said he had no regrets. when cheney was running for vice president in 2000, he justified those votes by saying, quote, the african national congress was then viewed as a terrorist organization. i don't have any problems at all with the vote i cast 20 years ago. back then republicans like dick cheney and ronald reagan were on the wrong side of history and on issue after issue today. immigration, gay rights, health care, inequality. republicans are on the wrong side of history once again. joining me now is karen finney. thanks for being here tonight. >> good to be with you. >> karen, this isn't ancient history. as recently as 2003, the right wing national review magazine was blasting mandela for his, quote, vicious anti-americanism. and his, quote, praise for terrorists. do these conservatives think we've just forgotten what they've said about mandela over the years? >> and i think they've all forgotten history. if i'm not mis
-apartheid movement. it's just not true. >> this came up in 2000 when dick cheney was nominated to be the vice presidential candidate. and he was asked on this program by tim russert about opposing even a resolution to call for mandela's being freed. this is what cheney said then. >> well, certainly i would have loved to have nelson mandela released. i don't know anybody who was sffor keeping him in prison. again, this was a resolution of the american congress, so it wasn't as though if we passed it he was going to be let out of prison. it had another provision. it required the recognition of the anc, which at the time advocated violence in south africa. my recollection is the reagan administration opposed it and i supported the administration. >> tom? >> everything was happening at warp speed. that's one of the things you have to remember. we were going from the pitch cold war to these extraordinary changes that were going on not just behind the soviet union but in the satellite states as well. then in south africa, you had the additional pressure, as reverend sharpton points out, that grew r
themselves on the wrong side of history was wyoming krg congressman and future vice president dick cheney. he voted against the measure repeatedly that year. and stuck to that position. in 2000 he said he had no regrets opposing the measure. >>> last night, fox television bill o'reilly and rick santorum took a weirdly different approach in assessing nelson mandela's legacy. >> i spent some time in south africa. he was a communist, this man. >> yeah. >> he was a communist. all right? but he was a great man. what he did for his people was stunning. the sacrifices that he made. he could have repudiated and got out of that prison. he wouldn't do it. he was a great man. but he was a communist. >> you're right. i mean, what he was advocating for was not necessarily the right answer, but he was fighting against some great injustice. i would make the argument we have a great injustice going on right now in this country with an ever-increasing size of government that is taking over and controlling people's lives. and obama care is front and center in that. >> what o'reilly said there is 180 from what
worldwide. >>> former vice president dick cheney has spoken out about that rift between his daughters. you remember mary cheney, a lesbian took to facebook to criticize her sister liz who's running for the senate out in wyoming. here's what mr. cheney said about it. >> we're surprised when there was an attack launched against liz on her facebook. and wished it hadn't happened. and do believe we've lived with their situation for many years. and it's always been dealt with within the context of the family, and frankly, that's our preferences. >> well, the feud began last month with liz cheney, she said she believes in the traditional definition of marriage. we'll be right back. if you're seeing spots before your eyes... it's time... for aveeno® positively radiant face moisturizer. [ female announcer ] only aveeno® has an active naturals total soy formula that instantly brightens skin. and helps reduce the look of brown spots in just 4 weeks. for healthy radiant skin. try it for a month. then go ahead and try to spot a spot. aveeno® positively radiant. naturally beautiful results. aveeno®
-upper. >>> to "politics now" where the cheney family feud is being fueled by dad. last night dick cheney said he was surprised his daughters took their argument over same-sex marriage to social media. liz cheney said she does not support same-sex marriage. her sister mary, and mary's wife shot back that liz has told them she supports their relationship. >>> the pentagon has just appointed the highest ranking woman in history and you might be familiar with her backstory. christine fox has been named acting deputy defense secretary. she was the inspiration behind this character. >> the mid-28 does have a problem with its inverted flight tanks. it won't do a negative g pushover. >> we happened to see a mig 28 do a 4g negative dive. >> where did you see this? >> that's classified. >> it's what? >> that's kelly mcgillis in "top gun" in the mid-'80s. fox worked with naval aviators. her call sign in 1985, no sexism there, it was legs. >>> 'tis the season at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. the white house tweeted this pick of volunteers decorating for the holidays. the first lady will welcome military familie
. and this was the idea that was put forward by dick cheney and david addington and their crew that george w. bush had to have extraordinary power. he could set aside the geneva conventions on things like torture. so is the irony just being missed by republicans, that they used to want george w. bush to be extraordinarily power and now they don't like president obama being an uber, meaning awesome president? >> yeah, they were totally comfortable with president bush having wide-ranging executive -- far-reaching and you know, ground-breaking really executive power. this president not so much. but the thing that i find really fascinating too, and you'll remember, it started very early when he started appointing people and he had the -- what they were calling green jobs czars and other things. the czars, that was the initial. but they vacillate. they can't decide which attack they want to go with. he's either this like supreme dictatorial, you know, heavy handed leader, or he's totally feckless and leading from behind, and he's -- >> exactly. >> just observe ohhing his administration without actually tak
the cheney family feud. dick cheney finally speaking out. let's watch. >> we're surprised when there was an attack launched against liz on facebook. wished it hadn't happened and do believe we've lived with this situation and dealt with it for many years. it's always been dealt with within the context of the family. frankly, that's our preference. >> that was really very painful for him. the fact is that mary cheney's actually going to go and be speaking at a pro same-sex marriage event in indiana. so she's not backing down. this is, to my knowledge, going to be her first public appearance on this. chris? >> no, she's not, andrea. i think you're right it is painful for the cheney family. look, i would say i think this is totally understandable. it's quite clear from his comments as well as comments he's made in the recent past that this is not a new dispute between the two sisters. this is something that has been ongoing, they sort of always kept it behind closed doors. now it has obviously broken into public. you know, i think this is a circumstance in which when you decide yo
.r.a. >>> former vice president dick cheney has spoken out about that rift between his daughters. you remember mary cheney, a lesbian took to facebook to criticize her sister liz who's running for the senate out in wyoming. here's what mr. cheney said about it. >> we're surprised when there was an attack launched against liz on her facebook. and wished it hadn't happened. and do believe we've lived with their situation for many years. and it's always been dealt with within the context of the family, and frankly, that's our preferences. >> well, the feud began last month with liz cheney, she said she believes in the traditional definition of marriage. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] here's a question for you. if every u.s. home replaced one light bulb with a compact fluorescent bulb, the energy saved could light how many homes? 1 million? 2 million? 3 million? the answer is... 3 million homes. by 2030, investments in energy efficiency could help americans save $300 billion each year. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. >>> we're back at what is being billed as a preview of the state of
was future vice president dick cheney. he voted against the measure repeatedly that year. in 2000 he said he had no regrets opposing the measure. >>> last night, fox television bill o'reilly and rick santorum took a weirdly different approach in assessing nelson mandela's legacy. >> i spent some time in south africa. he was a communist, this man. >> yeah. >> he was a communist. all right? but he was a great man. what he did for his people was stunning. the sacrifices that he made. he could have repudiated and got out of that prison. he wouldn't do it. he was a great man. but he was a communist. >> you're right. i mean, what he was advocating for was not necessarily the right answer, but he was fighting against some great injustice. i would make the argument we have a great injustice going on right now in this country with an ever-increasing size of government that is taking over and controlling people's lives. and obama care is front and center in that. >> what o'reilly said there is 180 from what others said as the first president of south africa, he leaned too much toward corporate leaders
's policies. listen to former vice president dick cheney this morning -- just this morning on fox. listen to this. >> the same people that brought us you can keep your insurance if you want are telling us they've got a great deal in iran with respect to their nuclear program. i don't believe it. >> i mean, what does iran have to do with health care? what is he talking about? >> this man wants to take money away from americans for health care and put it into one more unnecessary law. and do you know how outrageous that is? not only was he responsible for lying us into the iraq war, he has a taxpayer funded new heart. our tax dollars have kept him alive to the tune of millions of dollars over the years, but he's mocking the president for covering more americans and also mocking him for avoiding war. i would say that new heart is actually not working very well. >> well, it's all about stopping the president. i mean, the gop's opposition to health care is all about that. i mean, texas attorney general greg abbott said i go into the office, sue barack obama, and then i go home. this is how he
in the house voted to sustain reagan's veto of the sanctions bill a. republican from wyoming dick cheney was one of them. 27 republicans voted to sustain them. babcock ran of mississippi. there were plenty of votes. sanctions did go into effect. but for some on the right, nelson mandela remained a punching bag. >> we didn't meet with one representative of the african national congress. the anc. you know, bishop tutu's crowd which has orchestrated and financed by the soviet union. willie mandela, winnie mandela the wife of mandela has boasted we have the tears, we have the gasoline and we have the matches. that's the way these folks orchestrated by the soviet union act and the new york times and the washington post and cbs and abc and nbc and the rest of the big media and a liberal politician, mr. kennedy and the rest that, i say we got to deal with these folk. we got to meet with them. i say, be loaloney. >> it's understandably maddening right now. you want to think back to all of that, how many leaders in this country dragged their feet and made excuses in the face of south africa's apa
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